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since the sunday night when president obama told the world of osama bin laden's demise, curiosity about the navy s.e.a.l.s who killed him has been insatiable. now one former high level officer is pulling back a bit more of the curtain, describing what these men go through to become a s.e.a.l. >> reporter: this used to be something none of us were meant to see. much less videotape and put on television. the navy s.e.a.l.s didn't only operate in the shadows. they trained in them, too. their whole story stayed shrouded in mystery. their secret missions stayed secret to the rest of us. but when they got osama bin laden, and when they're snatching back an american cargo ship captain taken by pirates and rescuing two aid workers in somalia, then it is like the s.e.a.l.s are headline makers. add to that that some of them are writing books about s.e.a.l. adventures, even acting in a movie about the s.e.a.l. experience, which by the way, live bullets, that's what they used when they made "act of valor," and you can no longer quite call them the military unit that no one ever talked about. take m
long-haired youth living in a vegetarian co-op but now calls obama care fascism. he is a health conscious vegan who has no problem selling pork sausage or genetically modified foods. while his stores aim for a low carbon footprint and sell only sustainable fish, he doesn't believe in manmade global warming. >> i don't think we necessarily know it's been caused by man, human-caused industrialization of carbon dioxide. i'm not a climate scientist, i'm not a climate expert. i'm just a fairly well-read guy who reads both sides of an issue. >> reporter: the head of a coal company says i really don't believe in man-made climate change, it's not news. the head of whole foods says that -- >> well, i've read four or five books on global warming. the average person forms their opinion after reading how many books? i'd say zero. >> reporter: now before conservatives start to swoon, you should know he takes $1 a year in salary as a statement on income inequality. he equates modern hamburger production with the evils of slavery and denying women the right to vote. >> i think people will look
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